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LED lighting can detect the dynamics of indoor characters

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  • Release on :2016-10-06
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      (LESA) graduate students and the University of Boston recently obtained a patent license, known as the "inductive lighting systems and methods to shape the illuminated space (Sensory Lighting System and Method for Characterizing And Illumination Space. "

       According to the patent description, LED lighting system in the space does not require a camera to detect indoor people, the existence of the way, to determine the details of the location, posture, to retain the subject of privacy.

       "All the space that the light shines on is an optical 'fingerprint,'" says Robert Karlicek, the patent's inventor and head of the Department of Lighting Systems and Applications. "If there is no object moving in space, the light distribution and light color will not have As long as a small number of inexpensive sensors are used, and on the ceiling, we can measure optical changes in any space and determine the timing and manner of light movement.



       All the light is to the space of the optical 'fingerprints', if no object in space, the light distribution and light color will not change. As long as a small number of inexpensive sensors are used, we can measure the optical changes in any space and determine the timing and manner of light movement. (Source: LESA)

      This patented privacy protection approach is called "time-of-flight (ToF) sensing." The ToF sensor utilizes light to return at a reasonable and accurate distance, creating the interior of the space, as well as specifying the location and height of the objects and other objects in the space (sitting and standing).

     "Imagine a health-care institution, office space, retail store, warehouse, library, or airport building management system that provides insight into the user's location within the building. Building energy efficiency, improved safety, and more comfortable lighting based on the user 's location, the patented technology is expected to be more efficient and accurate than other existing technologies.

       Karlicek also emphasizes that this technology, which preserves user privacy, is well suited for use in all environments where personal data will not be leaked or recognized without the use of a camera.

       But the most important thing is that most of the buildings have been installed lighting system, once the LED lighting system presence, this technology can save the existing infrastructure costs.

       "The ToF sensing system is a very attractive smart usage sensing technology for the Internet of Things," said Richard Radke, a vision expert and also a public inventor of the patent. "The technology uses a very favorable indoor Lighting, and clothing in space, sensors are becoming increasingly expensive, and we are pleased to see that this technology, combined with higher-order perceptual environments, can interpret and respond to users in space.

       To further develop the new technology, LESA has created two prototype laboratory space "wisdom meeting room, in the non-color column;" wisdom hospital room "is located at the University of New Mexico.These two experimental space will be used to LED Lighting to a new level of efficiency, and the use of light to adjust the characteristics of lighting.

       Ultimately, LESA's goal is to integrate ToF's sensors and other low-cost sensing technology, control software and machine learning capabilities into LED fixtures.

      LESA also has a part of the desire to create digital lighting, lighting, health care, construction management, farming and high-end 5G wireless communication platform applications.
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